Organized by the Center for Research in Economics and Management (CREM) and the Maison de la Recherche en Sciences Humaines (MRSH) at the University of Caen Basse-Normandy.
Sponsored by the CNRS and the COST Action IC1205 « Computational Social Choice ».
The objective of the summer school “Interdisciplinary Analysis of Voting Rules” was to present to PhD students, post doctoral fellows and young researchers tools from political science, economics, experimental economics, game theory, computer science, mathematics, for the analysis of voting rules and electoral reforms.
There were seven three-hour courses, and several research papers presentations.
Students had the opportunity to present their own works during poster sessions.
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Dichotomous Collective Decision Making
Annick Laruelle, Ikerbasque Research Professor in Economics, University of the Basque Country
Social Choice Theory
Hans Peters, Professor in Economics, University of Maastricht :
Complexity of Voting Systems
Piotr Faliszewski, Professor in Computer Science, AGH University, Krakow
Experiments in Voting
Jean François Laslier, Research Professor in Economics, CNRS and Paris School of Economics
Voting Rules and their Impact on Electoral Competition
Nicolas Sauger, Research Professor in Political Science, Sciences Po Paris
Districting and Gerrymandering
Andrea Scozzari, Professor of Mathematics and Operation Research, Università “Niccolò Cusano”
Analyzing Mixed Voting Rules
Michel Le Breton, Toulouse School of Economics and IUF
An introduction to electronic voting, with an application to single tranferable vote
Jacques Traoré, Orange Labs
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